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More video of 49ers RB Jerick McKinnon’s offseason work

Jun 2, 2020 at 4:38 PM--


Jerick McKinnon continues his offseason work and journey back onto the football field for the first time since 2017. The San Francisco 49ers signed the running back in 2018 with the intention of making him a featured weapon on offense. McKinnon hasn't yet played a regular-season snap for the team after suffering a season-ending ACL injury just a week before his regular-season debut.

A setback before the 2019 season once again landed McKinnon on injured reserve.

Rischad "The Footwork King" Whitfield posted the following video of McKinnon showing off his footwork while training this offseason (h/t to Patrick Tulini for the find).


The latest video comes after Whitfield posted the following workout video of McKinnon last month.


McKinnon rushed for 570 yards with three touchdowns on 150 carries and added 51 receptions for 421 yards with two more scores during his last full season — a 2017 campaign with Minnesota.

The running back restructured his contract with the 49ers this offseason, reducing his salary-cap hit on what becomes a deal that will now extend only through the upcoming season.





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